|Clarice, wife of Henry Drissok, and Sybil her sister, the daughters and heirs of Ralph Moraund, claimed against Isold, the wife of Henry de Crues, who was essoined [excused] by Parnel, wife of Henry de la felde, 20 acres of land and some rent in Moraundiston (parcel of the Manor of Swords), "in which" as they alleged, "the said Henry and Parnel had not ingress save after the disseisin unjustly made by ... de Sherdeslowe to Ralph Mraunt," father of the plaintiffs." |
Source: Delafield - A Family History, and quotes primary source:
Pleas of Rolls Ireland, Chancery Roll. The author thinks Isold was probably a daughter of Henry and Parnel. And Parnel succeeded as heir when Robert, infant died in 1277.